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CRIP geographic focus and duration

Implementing agency: WOMEN

Implementing  agency: SEADO and  BIG‐C

Life of project: 19 March 2009 to 31 July 2011

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NRIP geographic focus and duration

Life of project: 19 November 2009 to 31 July 2011 Life of project: from 19 November, 2009 to 31 July, 2011. 

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CRIP target areas and populations
Target areas:
• National Road (NR) 5 and 6, with a focus on Poipet, Banteay Meanchey  province; Kouk Mon and Kouk Khpos communes, Oddar Meanchey  province

Target populations: 
• High risk men: porters and truck drivers, motor taxi drivers, cart pullers,  deported migrants  • Community members (Poipet, Banteay Meanchey) • Possible migrants (Kouk Mon, Kouk Kkpos communes, Oddar Meanchey)

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NRIP target areas and populations
Target areas: • Targeted areas (e.g. barracks, entertainment establishments and  communities) along NR56 and in Samraong, Oddar Meanchey province  and Sisophon, Banteay Meanchey province Target populations:  • Female entertainment workers and male clients • Uniformed services personnel • Health care providers who focus on sexual/reproductive health and family  planning services at the district level • Commune AIDS committee, commune council, provincial AIDS  secretariats, provincial AIDS office

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CRIP project strategy
Project Goal: Mitigate the HIV risks and vulnerabilities created and exacerbated by increased mobility Project Outcome: Increased capacity of local authorities, the private sector and local communities to address HIV vulnerabilities associated with infrastructure development
TFA 1: Address HIV, social and health risks and vulnerabilities among targeted communities TFA 2: Raise awareness and promote behavior change among MMP TFA 3: Build capacity and partnerships among stakeholders TFA 4: Conduct M&E for project quality assurance and improvement Objective 1: Compile quality, timely information on project priorities, strategies and interventions

Objective 1: Develop and deliver a behavior change focused risk mitigation package along Routes 5 and 6 and in selected provincial districts Objective 2: Coordinate HIV, health and social risk programming in Poipet Objective 3: Promote and increase access of MMP to health information, services and products

Objective 1: Scale up effective workplace HIV prevention programming in Banteay Meanchey

Objective 1: Strengthen capacity of key stakeholders for effective policy and programming for MMP Objective 2: Support existing structures and bodies for addressing HIV, health and social risks among MMP

Cross-cutting themes: strategic behavior communication, monitoring and quality assurance, gender equity and partnerships

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NRIP project strategy
Project Goal Mitigate the HIV risks and vulnerabilities created and exacerbated by increased mobility Project Outcome: Strengthened community resilience to HIV and human trafficking vulnerabilities among communities along NR 56 and NR68
TFA 1: Address HIV, social and health risks and vulnerabilities among targeted communities TFA 2: Raise awareness and promote behavior change among high risk MMP Objective 1: Conduct HIV prevention initiatives for entertainment workers and male clients (including uniformed services personnel) TFA 3: Strengthen SRH services at district levels TFA 4: Conduct M&E for project quality assurance and improvement Objective 1: Compile quality, timely information on project priorities, strategies and interventions

Objective 1: Develop and deliver a behavior change focused risk mitigation package and HIV/safe migration messaging Objective 2: Coordinate mapping exercises in targeted areas Objective 3: Promote and increase access to health and social information, services and products

Objective 1: Conduct analysis of SRH services and develop strategy for increased SRH service uptake in NRIP target areas Objective 2: Increase capacity of health care staff on SRH at district levels

Cross-cutting themes: strategic behavior communication, monitoring and quality assurance, gender equity and partnerships

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CRIP and NRIP activities
TFA 1:  Address HIV, social and health risk and vulnerabilities among  targeted communities • Formative assessments (2) carried out in CRIP and NRIP target areas • “My Way” branded platform created with 7 interpersonal communications  tools and give away materials • Weekly call in radio programs initiated • 5 subgrants developed with WOMEN, SEADO, BIG‐C, MoND

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CRIP and NRIP activities
TFA 1:  Address HIV, social and health  risk and vulnerabilities among  targeted communities • Condoms and lubricant procured and  distributed during educational sessions • Health and social services mapped;  service directories created; referral  systems initiated • Anti‐trafficking forum supported in  Poipet (3 network meetings with 94  stakeholders); trafficking awareness  and education sessions conducted for  1257 Poipet residents

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CRIP and NRIP activities
TFA 2:  Raise awareness and promote  behavior change among MMP • Technical Advisory Committee  established and functioning in Poipet • MMPs being reached through outreach  education and health referral activities  (see Results)

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CRIP and NRIP activities
TFA 3:  Build capacity and partnerships  (CRIP) • 6 targeted trainings facilitated for 24  (SEADO) and 46 (WOMEN) project  implementers • Quarterly stakeholder meetings supported  to review program progress • Support and technical assistance provided  for functioning of National Mobility TWG,  PAS, etc. • Linkages made to other FHI initiatives (e.g.  SMARTgirl, You’re the Man!, casino worker  program) for greater efficiency and impact

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CRIP and NRIP activities
TFA 3:  Strengthen SRH services at district  levels (NRIP) • Capacity building assessment of targeted  health service providers conducted • 10 health centers along NR56 selected  for SRH capacity building support • Strategy meetings conducted with  NCHADS and NMCH

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CRIP and NRIP activities
TFA 4:  Conduct M&E for project quality assurance and improvement • Developed project performance management system, design and  monitoring framework, monitoring indicators and monitoring tools • Conducted monthly informal monitoring visits • Conducted 2 comprehensive monitoring visits and 2 data quality audits  (SEADO scored 61% and WOMEN scored 51%)

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CRIP and NRIP deliverables
• • • • • • • • • Inception report  Baseline formative assessment report Implementation report Subgrants developed with local NGO and  government partners Risk Mitigation package  Bi‐annual (Semi‐annual) progress reports Midterm report   End line assessment report Final completion report

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CRIP and NRIP results
• • • Program Reach Service Uptake Gender and occupational breakdown

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CRIP in three quarters has achieved 64% (SEADO) and  50% (WOMEN) of its total reach target

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CRIP’s health referral strategy continues to improve

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CRIP focuses on high risk men who make up 75% of  reach in Poipet 

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And more than 50% in Oddar Meanchey . . . 

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Transportation workers make up majority of reach in  CRIP (Poipet)

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NRIP results over two quarters
2195 military personnel reached via 25 group discussions 26 military personnel trained to deliver NRIP messages on  HIV and sexual health 22 project implementers (WOMEN) trained on how to use  risk mitigation package and M&E tools Waiting for quarterly data on program reach (EWs, clients  and community members) – due October 2010

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